Last weekend I stopped by brother’s house with two of my granddaughters. We were bringing a spring-or-fall jacket, a lightweight red quilted nylon outgrown, in nice condition and adorably cute, for one of his little girls.
For the Budgeteer News, 03/02/2013
With some concern in her voice, one of my daughters mentioned to me last week that she is “still learning” how to parent her two children, who are 10 and 16.
For the Budgeteer News, 02/04/2013
The “One Vegetable One Community” program’s 2013 Vegetable of the Year selection is squash, which is indigenous to the western hemisphere and believed to be the oldest-cultivated food in North America.
Duluth News Tribune, 01/05/2013
The loveliest and most endearing children’s book I have read in a long time is “The Christmas Coat: Memories of My Sioux Childhood,” by Virginia Driving Hawk Sneve.
For the Budgeteer News, 12/18/2012
As a former UMD student myself, I feel both a sense of history and a great deal of pride every day that I walk into our offices to begin my workday.
For the Budgeteer News, 11/12/2012
LINDA LEGARDE GROVER:
It was during fall quarter of 1972 that the first American Indian Studies class was taught at the University of Minnesota Duluth. The school year 2012-13 has been designated our 40th Anniversary Commemorative Year.
For the Budgeteer News, 10/14/2012
Some years ago, I brought my youngest girl, Abby, to the Depot to see some of the St. Louis County Historical Society’s collection of Ojibwe arts and artifacts.
For the Budgeteer News, 09/17/2012
LINDA LEGARDE GROVER:
This is the time of year that berries begin to ripen, and we appreciate the Creator’s gift of these pretty and delicious little treats.
for the Budgeteer, 07/21/2012
Come view the famous people and listen to their fascinating stories!” the handmade card, a small pink photocopy cut out with fancy zigzag scissors and pasted onto green construction paper, invited guests of Bay View fourth-grade teacher Mrs. Short’s classroom to visit the Biography Museum.
Duluth Budgeteer News, 05/26/2012
As I write this, it is almost the end of spring semester at the University of Minnesota Duluth. This time of year is always very busy for college students, who know that in a short time their class performances will be graded and become part of their academic record.
Duluth Budgeteer News, 05/16/2012
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